Today's young people are more intelligent, informed, and inquisitive than ever before. They are often inclined to question things previous generations have taken for granted -- things such as religion. "But Mass is so boring?" "How can all that old stuff in the Bible be true?" "Why bother with going to church anyway?" Building on the original 10 Good Reasons to Be a Catholic, this book gives young Catholics a deeper appreciation of their faith and offers understanding and encouragement in dealing with faith-related doubts and setbacks. With his usual reader-friendly, humorous approach, popular author Jim Auer cuts through all of the downtalking, finger-pointing, and guilt-tripping young people often associate with religion to provide concrete reasons for living a Catholic life. In plain language, he demonstrates that life can be a bumpy road -- and when you come to a bump, you need something to hold on to. That something is God.